CRDA releases third edition of status report
Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) has come up with third edition of its status report, with the plan for development of Amaravati completing three years.
The 156 pages document has 10 chapters, one each for land, social development, planning, projects, finance, economic development in Amaravati, smart city and foreign collaborations.
Stating in detail about the upcoming Amaravati Government Complex (AGC), the report said the new capital city will embrace density, diversity and mix of uses, users, building types and public spaces, and reducing carbon footprint. Prioritising space for pedestrians as a defining component of an urban design, the report also envisages tracks for walking and cycling. There will be focus on conserving, enhancing, and creating strong, vibrant places, which are a significant component of the capital’s structure, and of the community’s identity.